House Tour – A Family Home in London with an Artisanal Aesthetic

house tour, London, bedroom with washed and polished plaster walls, integral shelves.

house tour, London, crittall windows and a glass ceiling flood the family room with light

This is not your typical Victorian family home house tour. You might be expecting period features, deep cornices and a traditional kitchen, but in that respect you’d be disappointed. I don’t think you’d be disappointed however by the walls of washed and polished plaster, the raw wood, and the linear fireplaces.

House Tour - London - Oversized Artwork gives an artisanal feel

House Tour - London - Open Plan kitchen, dining space with raw wood

Styled by its owner, this stunning home has had walls removed to open up the traditional layout and now includes a large reception room at the front, a large kitchen/diner at the rear, leading on to a family room, where Crittall windows and a glass ceiling flood the area with light. And on the two floors above are three en-suite bedrooms, and outside, a contemporary courtyard garden.

House Tour - London - polished plaster walls in the bedroom and traditional furniture in the dining room

House Tour - London - White Glazed Tiles make a great backdrop for a collection of succulents

House Tour - London - Polished plaster and oversized works of art

The metal windows and raw wood kitchen give the place a slightly industrial feel while the oversized artworks and eclectic accessories create a distinct artisanal aesthetic.

House Tour - London - Family Room with Crittall Windows and glass ceiling

House Tour - London - Contemporary Courtyard Garden

I’d move in for those polished plaster walls alone. Oh, and that courtyard.

Currently to let, via Domus Nova.

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4 Comments

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    Jason

    August 18, 2016

    I love the design and the whole architecture. It is very spacious and welcoming at the same time. If I had to change something though I would probably use lighter colors for the kitchen. But what a courtyard, indeed! 🙂

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      deardesigner

      August 18, 2016

      The courtyard is lovely isn’t it 🙂

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    Bilyana@Alumen

    August 8, 2016

    The courtyard design seams so nice,although it is a bit limited, limiting the view and I feel kind of closed. My I guess it is the feature of all townhomes – -limited space and limited views by trying to win some privacy.

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      deardesigner

      August 8, 2016

      I think any kind of outside space in London is a bonus Bilyana. And nice not to be overlooked. 🙂

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